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Social dating app Momo MAU down 6% in Q1 2020

By chinainternetwatch, Media & Entertainment, Momo, q1 2020, tantan

Online dating and social networking mobile platform Momo reported 108 million monthly active users (“MAU”) in March 2020, compared to 114.4 million in March 2019. The total paying users of Momo’s live video service and value-added service, without double counting the overlap and including 4.2 million paying users of another app it acquired earlier Tantan, […]

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China social app Momo MAU reached 114.5 million in 2019

By chinainternetwatch, Media & Entertainment, Momo, q4 2019, social media, tantan

Monthly active users of Momo, China’s social media and dating platform, reached 114.5 million in December 2019, compared to 113.3 million in December 2018. Total paying users of Momo’s live streaming service and value-added service, without double counting the overlap and including 4.5 million paying users of Tantan, were 13.8 million for Q4 2019, compared […]

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Mobile social app Momo MAU grew to 114 million in Jun 2019

By chinainternetwatch, Media & Entertainment, Momo, q2 2019, social media, tantan

Momo, one of China’s top mobile social networking platform, announced total net revenues of RMB4,152.6 million (US$604.9 million) in the second quarter of 2019, an increase of 32% from RMB3,152.5 million in Q2 2018. Monthly Active Users (“MAU”) on Momo application were 113.5 million in June 2019, compared to 108.0 million in June 2018. Compare: […]

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China’s mobile social app Momo saw 113.3M MAU in Dec 2018

By chinainternetwatch, Media & Entertainment, Momo, q4 2018, social media

Momo, a popular mobile social networking platform in China, saw 113.3 million monthly active users in December 2018, compared with 99.1 million in December 2017. Its total paying users of live video service and value-added service, excluding the overlapping and including 3.9 million paying users of Tantan, were 13.0 million for the fourth quarter of […]

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Momo’s paying users up 71% to 12.5 million in Q3 2018

By chinainternetwatch, Media & Entertainment, Momo, q3 2018, social media

Monthly active users of Momo reached 110.5 million in September 2018, compared with 94.4 million the prior year period, according to its unaudited financial results. Total paying users of Momo’s live video service and value-added services, including 3.6 million paying users of Tantan, were 12.5 million for Q3 2018, an increase of 71.23% year-on-year.   Total […]

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Social mobile app Momo MAU grew to 108 million in Q2 2018

By chinainternetwatch, live-streaming, Media & Entertainment, Momo, Q2 2018, social media

Momo, one of the top mobile social networking platform in China, announced total net revenues of $494.3 million in Q2 2018 with an increase of 58% YoY, according to its unaudited financial results. Net income attributable to Momo increased to $117.8 million in the second quarter of 2018 from $60.8 million in the same period […]

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China’s social mobile app Momo generated $435 mn in Q1 2018, 85% from live video

By chinainternetwatch, Momo, online dating, q1 2018, social apps, technology

Momo announced its net revenues totaled US$435.1 million in Q1 2018, an increase of 64% from Q1 2017. Net income attributable to Momo Inc. increased by 59.6% to $129.9 million in Q1 2018 from $81.2 million in Q1 2017. Momo obtained 103.3 million monthly active users in March 2018. Among which, total paying users of […]

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A match made in heaven: Dating app Momo buys Tantan for $600 million

By Lifestyle, Momo, News, social media, tantan, technode

China’s two biggest dating apps have announced their marriage. Momo (陌陌) will acquire 100% fully diluted equity stake in Tantan (探探) for a combination of share consideration and cash, including approximately 5.3 million newly issued Class A ordinary shares of the Company and US$600.9 million in cash, the company announced today in a press release. […]

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China social media advertising and marketing market Q2 2017

By chinainternetwatch, Media & Entertainment, Momo, Q2 2017, QZone, Social Ads, social media, Tencent, WeChat, Weibo

China social media advertising and marketing market reached 7.62 billion yuan in Q2 2017 with an increase of 13.2% QoQ or 40.6% YoY. Tencent and Weibo have a market share of 56.8% and 29.5% respectively accounting for 80% of total market share in China. Tencent’s social ads and marketing assets include WeChat (Official Accounts and […]

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China issues new rules for group chats for WeChat, QQ and others

By alipay, Baidu Tieba, Momo, News, QQ, social media, technode, WeChat, Weibo

China authorities issued new regulations (in Chinese) on the country’s instant messaging group chats on Thursday, requiring group chat owners to take full responsibility for the management of the groups. Group chats on WeChat, QQ or Baidu Tieba have become popular in recent years, serving as online forums, given that these platforms provide a private space […]

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Social mobile app Momo MAU grew to 91.3 million in Q2 2017

By chinainternetwatch, Media & Entertainment, Mobile, mobile apps, Momo, Q2 2017, social media

Momo, one of the top social networking mobile app, monthly active users (“MAU”) reached 91.3 million in June 2017, compared to 74.8 million in June 2016 according to its financial results. Its user growth was driven by the expansion of the video content ecosystem. The usage of short video service has reached new milestones and […]

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After live streaming success, Momo looks to more video offerings

By live-streaming, Momo, social media, technode, Wang Yi

After success in live streaming followed by an impressive user growth and steady profits during 9 consecutive quarters, China’s biggest location-based social network Momo has set out to find the next big thing in China’s social trends. Momo’s foray into live streaming made headlines in March after the company announced that its revenue recorded a […]

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Tencent dominates China’s social ads market in Q1 2017

By chinainternetwatch, market share, Media & Entertainment, mobile advertising, Momo, online advertising, q1 2017, Tencent, WeChat, Weibo

China social ads market totaled 6.73 billion yuan in the first quarter of 2017 with an increase of 46.4% YoY or -6.5% QoQ according to data from Analysis. Tencent dominates China’s social ads market with 59% market share in Q1 2017, followed by Weibo, and Momo. Tencent’s digital assets for social ads include WeChat, QQ, […]

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10 of the best performing Chinese tech companies in Q1

By Alibaba, Baidu, China, China Mobile, Ctrip, JD.com, Momo, netease, technode, Tencent, Weibo, zto express

Major listed Chinese tech firms have released their latest quarterly results, and most of them delivered strong performances. Here’s a roundup of some of the top performers, including BAT, JD, Weibo, and Momo. Chinese tech companies listed in Hong Kong Tencent (腾讯) Market cap: US$329.84 billion Tencent Holdings Limited (00700.hk) is China’s largest tech company […]

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Momo net revenues increased by 421% in Q1 2017

By chinainternetwatch, live broadcasting, Media & Entertainment, mobile apps, Momo, q1 2017, social media

One of the leading social app, Momo reported total net revenues of $265.2 million in the first quarter of 2017, an increase of 421% from $50.9 million in Q1 2016. Momo’s live video broadcasting, launched in Q3 2015, generated revenues of $212.6 million in Q1 2017, accounting for 80.2% of its total net revenues. The rapid […]

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3 Chinese journalists who turned into successful tech entrepreneurs

By Advertising, Marketing & Media, China, journalists, Mobike, Momo, technode, YY

The gradual and painful demise of traditional media has seen more and more talented journalists seek new opportunities. Among the options, starting a business of their own is becoming a favorable alternative. Obviously, journalists would make good entrepreneurs for their expertise in detecting and addressing the latest trends. Moreover, they surely enjoy abundant contact resources to […]

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China mobile social app Momo revenues increased by over 5 times in Q4 2016

By 2016, chinainternetwatch, live-streaming, Media & Entertainment, Mobile, Momo, Q4 2016, social media

Total net revenues of mobile social app Momo were $246.1 million in Q4 2016, an increase of 524% from $39.5 million in Q4 2015. Its live video service, launched in Q3 2015, generated revenues of $194.8 million in Q4 2016 due to the increase in paying users of live video service. Paying users of Momo […]

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Momo sees record revenue growth thanks to live streaming

By China, LBS, live-streaming, Momo, social networking, technode

Momo, China’s top location-based social networking app, has continued last year’s growth feat with the announcement of an outstanding performance for the past year. The company, backed by Alibaba, listed on NASDAQ in December 2014. The firm’s revenue recorded a significant 524% YOY jump to US$ 246.1 million USD in Q4 last year, while the […]

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China’s top social apps all owe thanks to live streaming

By Baidu Tieba, Blued, China, DingTalk, MiTalk, Momo, QQ, social media, tantan, technode, WeChat, Weibo, zhihu

2016 was the year of live streaming and played a crucial role in driving growth. All of the top 6 social apps, except WeChat, have added live streaming services, according to the report jointly published by Cheetah Global Lab, Cheetah’s big data platform libra and 36kr. As WeChat is maturing as a user acquisition platform, we’ve […]

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